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post #111 of 133
Holy crap dude.. I don't check in on your work for a month and look what happened.

Freakin work of art.

You'd hardly know what it used to be if the faceplate and giant silver button didn't scream DELLLLL!!1
post #112 of 133
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Originally Posted by G33K;13798245 
Sexy tongue.gif Turned out nice, dude thumb.gif
Thanks. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by sprower;13814102 
Holy crap dude.. I don't check in on your work for a month and look what happened.

Freakin work of art.

You'd hardly know what it used to be if the faceplate and giant silver button didn't scream DELLLLL!!1
tongue.gif Thanks! Not as ambitious as yours, which looks amazing, by the way. thumb.gif
post #113 of 133
Amazing results brother. That is simply gorgeous. And you don't hear that about many Dells (especially around here, lol). smile.gif
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Originally Posted by repo_man;13822041 
Amazing results brother. That is simply gorgeous. And you don't hear that about many Dells (especially around here, lol). smile.gif
Thanks so much Repo. And I never thanked you for that lanyard I won a few months ago. So thanks for that too. smile.gif
post #115 of 133
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Thanks so much Repo. And I never thanked you for that lanyard I won a few months ago. So thanks for that too. smile.gif

Ah, don't sweat it! You're welcome man. smile.gif
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post #116 of 133
Good job, great finish +Rep again
post #117 of 133
Looks kinda interesting, but why the hell do you have an X-750w for an HD4830, 1 HDD and 4gb RAM?
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Looks kinda interesting, but why the hell do you have an X-750w for an HD4830, 1 HDD and 4gb RAM?

Spare components my friend, they come in handy tongue.gif
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Good job, great finish +Rep again
Thanks Rowey! smile.gif
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Looks kinda interesting, but why the hell do you have an X-750w for an HD4830, 1 HDD and 4gb RAM?
Well, I originally planned on a Sandy Bridge build with a 5870. Of course, even that wouldn't need a 750W PSU, but... anyway. It's nice to have a competent PSU around for future endeavors in any case. But I was kicking myself for buying the X-750 for a while.
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Spare components my friend, they come in handy tongue.gif
More or less. I always wanted a fully-modular PSU, and jumped on a deal Newegg had, if a bit too eagerly.
post #120 of 133
Just cruised through this log, it looks great! I like the blue/white theme, but I'm a little biased right now rolleyes.gif
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